Britain's Alfie Hewett was victorious in the men's wheelchair singles final against top seed Shingo Kunieda of Japan at the French Open at Roland-Garros in Paris, defending his title from last year.
Diede de Groot of The Netherlands, already a winner at the Australian Open in the women’s wheelchair doubles, has added the singles title thanks to a tight, three-set victory over defending champion Yui Kamiji.
Home pair Dylan Alcott and Heath Davidson have won a fourth successive Australian Open quad doubles title, overcoming Andy Lapthorne and David Wagner via a tiebreak in the final.
Alfie Hewett is through to a first Australian Open men's wheelchair singles final after beating defending champion and top seed Shingo Kunieda.
Defending champions Yui Kamiji, Dylan Alcott and Shingo Kunieda were all victorious as the wheelchair tennis competition began at the Australian Open.
Wheelchair competition is due to begin at the Australian Open tomorrow, with all three top seeds in action.
Organisers of the Australian Open have doubled the quad wheelchair field for this year's tournament, with eight of the world's top nine players set to compete.
Japan's Shingo Kunieda, Diede De Groot of the Netherlands and Australia's Dylan Alcott have ended the year as International Tennis Federation (ITF) Wheelchair Tennis Tour world number ones.
Alfie Hewett won his fourth singles Grand Slam title and his second at Roland Garros after defeating Belgium's Joachim Gérard in three sets in the men's wheelchair final.
Federer, Djokovic and Murray backing campaign to get wheelchair tennis restored to US Open programme
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are backing a campaign by Australia's 10-time Grand Slam champion Dylan Alcott to get wheelchair tennis restored to the programme for this year's US Open in New York City, he has revealed.
Paralympic champion Alcott accuses US Open organisers of "discrimination" as wheelchair tournaments cut
Australian Dylan Alcott, a two time Paralympic champion has accused US Open organisers of "discrimination" after wheelchair tennis events were omitted from this year's edition of the Grand Slam tournament.
Dylan Alcott won his first sixth straight Australian Open in the quad wheelchair singles with a 6-0, 6-4 victory over Britain’s Andy Lapthorne in the final in his home city of Melbourne.
Australia's Dylan Alcott has been crowned as the International Tennis Federation's quad world champion for the second consecutive year.
Gustavo Fernández's pursuit of a calendar year grand slam at the US Open wheelchair event came to an end after he was beaten in the semi-final by French veteran Stéphane Houdet.
Gustavo Fernández remains on course to complete a calendar year grand slam at the US Open wheelchair event, having reached the semi-finals with victory over Stefan Olsson of Sweden.